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DixonCider563 #1 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 03:00

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Hey i was wondering which is the best method of training a crew for the Type line, Every freaking tank has 6 crew members and the only lame heavy prem tank wargaming offers is the tier 6 heavy and it only sits 5 crew members? thanks

AppleDaD6 #2 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 04:10

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The HT VI isn't lame. Its a good tank imo. I just rotate loaders for battles. I only have about a 400 xp difference between the two. It works ok for me. 

tanopasman62 #3 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 04:12

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I owe my only Pool's medal to the HT N°VI, it's a solid tank. You'll have to stick to it until WG makes a new OP tier 8 heavy up.

 

 



DixonCider563 #4 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 04:35

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thanks, guess i will just have to rotate crew members, its just lame that wargaming cant make the type line have 5 crew members since nothing else has 6. But i will just have to do it the hard way i guess

Captain_Rex33 #5 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 05:15

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psh, who needs trained loaders anyways

Crimson_Saber #6 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 07:54

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View PostDixonCider563, on Jan 11 2019 - 20:00, said:

Hey i was wondering which is the best method of training a crew for the Type line, Every freaking tank has 6 crew members and the only lame heavy prem tank wargaming offers is the tier 6 heavy and it only sits 5 crew members? thanks

 

HT VI is pretty good, use a female commander to round them about, that's what I did, and make the HT VI male commander the second radio guy.

Kevlar1972 #7 Posted Jan 12 2019 - 14:22

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View PostCaptain_Rex33, on Jan 11 2019 - 23:15, said:

psh, who needs trained loaders anyways

 

Yeah really.  I don't think my type 5 has ever been ammo racked.  hell most people are just tickling me with HE.   loader skills outside of repair aren't really doing much.  intuition?   lol.  like you ever load anything besides the big dmg shells.



Derpomagix #8 Posted Jan 13 2019 - 16:17

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Step 1: Forget trying to be like every other person trying to get an absurdly OP heavy

Step 2: Start training on the Japanese Medium Line

Step 3: Get the STB-1

Step 4: Go to the forums and complain that the STB-1 is underpowered and that you regret not getting the heavy

Step 5: Realise that WG is nerfing premium rounds and that the Type 5 heavy is going to lose its stupid HE premium shells

Step 6: Laugh and realise that if you wanted a Japanese tank, the Type 5 heavy was going to be a stupid choice anyway

Step 7: When Wargaming nerfs the Type 5 and somehow manages to increase the armor values and mobility by accident, cry about how you should have gotten the Type 5

Step 8: Start training on the Type 5 heavy line

Step 9: Get the Type 5 Heavy

Step 10: Approximately 1 day after you get it, Wargaming wakes up and nerfs it to the ground

Step 11: Realise that going up the Type 5 heavy line was a waste of time and that you should have got the Maus or E-100

Step 12: ???



Waarheid #9 Posted Jan 13 2019 - 17:48

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View PostDerpomagix, on Jan 13 2019 - 16:17, said:

Step 1: Forget trying to be like every other person trying to get an absurdly OP heavy

Step 2: Start training on the Japanese Medium Line

Step 3: Get the STB-1

Step 4: Go to the forums and complain that the STB-1 is underpowered and that you regret not getting the heavy

Step 5: Realise that WG is nerfing premium rounds and that the Type 5 heavy is going to lose its stupid HE premium shells

Step 6: Laugh and realise that if you wanted a Japanese tank, the Type 5 heavy was going to be a stupid choice anyway

Step 7: When Wargaming nerfs the Type 5 and somehow manages to increase the armor values and mobility by accident, cry about how you should have gotten the Type 5

Step 8: Start training on the Type 5 heavy line

Step 9: Get the Type 5 Heavy

Step 10: Approximately 1 day after you get it, Wargaming wakes up and nerfs it to the ground

Step 11: Realise that going up the Type 5 heavy line was a waste of time and that you should have got the Maus or E-100

Step 12: ???

 

Step 12: Whine about arty. 

SporkBoy #10 Posted Jan 13 2019 - 18:50

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Always a 12 step program ! Praise RNGesus.

Project100 #11 Posted Jan 13 2019 - 18:59

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View PostSporkBoy, on Jan 13 2019 - 12:50, said:

Always a 12 step program ! Praise RNGesus.

 

Some days I wish WG would take 12 steps....

 

 

 

...off the end of a pier.






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